Courses tagged with "Engineering" (377)

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Starts : 2015-02-09
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Coursera Free Closed [?] Computer Sciences English Engineering Information Tech & Design

El curso es bilingüe español-inglés, con videos y materiales en ambos idiomas. Lectures and materials are provided both in Spanish and English.

Starts : 2015-02-04
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edX Free English Computer Science Data Analysis & Statistics EdX Electronics Engineering RiceX

Technological innovations have revolutionized the way we view and interact with the world around us. Editing a photo, re-mixing a song, automatically measuring and adjusting chemical concentrations in a tank: each of these tasks requires real-world data to be captured by a computer and then manipulated digitally to extract the salient information. Ever wonder how signals from the physical world are sampled, stored, and processed without losing the information required to make predictions and extract meaning from the data?

Students will find out in this rigorous mathematical introduction to the engineering field of signal processing: the study of signals and systems that extract information from the world around us. This course will teach students to analyze discrete-time signals and systems in both the time and frequency domains. Students will learn convolution, discrete Fourier transforms, the z-transform, and digital filtering. Students will apply these concepts in interactive MATLAB programming exercises (all done in browser, no download required).

Part 1 of this course analyzes signals and systems in the time domain. Part 2 covers frequency domain analysis.

Prerequisites include strong problem solving skills, the ability to understand mathematical representations of physical systems, and advanced mathematical background (one-dimensional integration, matrices, vectors, basic linear algebra, imaginary numbers, and sum and series notation). Part 1 is a prerequisite for Part 2. This course is an excerpt from an advanced undergraduate class at Rice University taught to all electrical and computer engineering majors.

Starts : 2015-03-18
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edX Free English Computer Science Data Analysis & Statistics EdX Electronics Engineering RiceX

Technological innovations have revolutionized the way we view and interact with the world around us. Editing a photo, re-mixing a song, automatically measuring and adjusting chemical concentrations in a tank: each of these tasks requires real-world data to be captured by a computer and then manipulated digitally to extract the salient information. Ever wonder how signals from the physical world are sampled, stored, and processed without losing the information required to make predictions and extract meaning from the data?

Students will find out in this rigorous mathematical introduction to the engineering field of signal processing: the study of signals and systems that extract information from the world around us. This course will teach students to analyze discrete-time signals and systems in both the time and frequency domains. Students will learn convolution, discrete Fourier transforms, the z-transform, and digital filtering. Students will apply these concepts in interactive MATLAB programming exercises (all done in browser, no download required).

Part 1 of this course analyzes signals and systems in the time domain. Part 2 covers frequency domain analysis.

Prerequisites include strong problem solving skills, the ability to understand mathematical representations of physical systems, and advanced mathematical background (one-dimensional integration, matrices, vectors, basic linear algebra, imaginary numbers, and sum and series notation). Part 1 is a prerequisite for Part 2. This course is an excerpt from an advanced undergraduate class at Rice University taught to all electrical and computer engineering majors.

Starts : 2016-08-20
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edX Free English Computer Science Data Analysis & Statistics EdX Engineering MITx

6.341x is designed to provide both an in-depth and an intuitive understanding of the theory behind modern discrete-time signal processing systems and applications. The course begins with a review and extension of the basics of signal processing including a discussion of group delay and minimum-phase systems, and the use of discrete-time (DT) systems for processing of continuous-time (CT) signals. The course develops flow-graph and block diagram structures including lattice filters for implementing DT systems, and techniques for the design of DT filters. Parametric signal modeling and the efficient implementation of DT multirate and sampling rate conversion systems are discussed and developed. An in-depth development of the DFT and its computation as well as its use for spectral analysis and for filtering is presented. This component of the course includes a careful and insightful development of the relationship between the time-dependent Fourier transform and the use of filter banks for both spectral analysis and signal coding.

6.341x is organized around eleven units each typically consisting of a set of two to four topics. The source material for learning each topic includes suggested reading in the course text, clarifying notes, other related reading, and video excerpts and will include an interactive on-line discussion forum. The course text is the widely used text by Oppenheim and Schafer (third edition). The video segments are adapted from live video recordings of the MIT residential course. 

Each topic includes a set of automatically-graded exercises for self-assessment and to help in digesting and understanding the basics of the topic, and in some cases to preview topics. A typical unit in the course concludes with a set of more extensive problems to help in integrating the topics and developing a deeper understanding. Automatic grading of your answers to these problems as well as solutions will be provided.

6.341x and this freely-available version were developed through the support and encouragement of the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, the MIT Office of Digital Learning, and the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics.

This course can be cited as: Alan V. Oppenheim and Thomas A. Baran, 6.341x Discrete-Time Signal Processing, on edX, Summer 2016. https://www.edx.org/course/discrete-time-signal-processing-mitx-6-341x-1

Starts : 2017-06-20
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering Physics UPValenciaX

En este curso aprenderás a diseñar, fabricar y programar tu propio robot (DYOR: Do Your Own Robot) con Arduino. Es una metodología que llevamos años implementando en asignaturas de robótica de la Universitat Politènica de València. Está principalmente enfocado a educadores en áreas de Tecnología e Informática, pero también para personas que quieren iniciarse en el mundo Maker.

El objetivo final del curso es disfrutéis aprendiendo en todo el proceso de diseño, fabricación y montaje del robot con actividades diversas, variadas y multidisciplinares. Por ello hemos preparado todos los contenidos necesarios que os permitirán fabricar un robot divertido, personalizable y de bajo coste partiendo desde cero y que vosotros podréis adaptar a vuestras necesidades. De forma orientativa, el coste de los materiales para fabricar el robot está en torno a los 65€, que correrán a cargo del alumno y que podrás comprar libremente donde más te interese.

El curso es idóneo para personas que quieran iniciarse en el mundo de la electrónica, fabricación digital y la robótica. Aprenderás a utilizar herramientas CAD (TinkerCAD), diseño electrónico (Fritzing) y programación por bloques de Arduino (Facilino) y apps Android (App Inventor2).

En el curso os explicamos divertidas actividades que podréis realizar con vuestros robots como generar emociones, reproducir melodías, controlar movimientos básicos, abrir/cerrar pinzas, seguir líneas, evitar obstáculos o controlar el robot remotamente desde un dispositivo móvil.

Starts : 2017-06-06
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edX Free English EdX Engineering UPValenciaX

Se conocerán los distintos sistemas de georreferenciación/navegación aplicados a dispositivos móviles, la estructura de los Sistemas de Información Geográfica (SIG) y su aplicabilidad a la gestión del territorio y se describirán los sistemas de comunicación existentes (GPRS/UMTS, internet), con el objeto de analizar las aplicaciones a la ingeniería y la gestión del territorio que proporciona la integración de estos tres sistemas en los dispositivos móviles.

Asimismo, se describirán los principales software de navegación y gestión de la información (SIG) existentes en el mercado para dispositivos móviles, incluyendo prácticas con algunos de ellos. Por último, se realizara una valoración de las distintas aplicaciones que pueden proporcionar los dispositivos móviles para la gestión del territorio, para la ingeniería, geografía, geología, ciencias medio ambientales…

Starts : 2016-10-04
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edX Free Closed [?] English Business & Management EdX Engineering IEEEx Science

This engineering course presents a deep-dive into the Smart Grid dimensions of Distributed Energy and Electric Energy Storage, collectively termed Distributed Energy Resources or DERs.

You will learn about the various types of DERs and their characteristics, as well as various storage technologies, their level of maturity, and their application along the electric value chain.

We will present an analysis of the energy market size and global revenue forecast. You will learn through real world case studies to help you better understand the mechanism of integrating DERs to the grid using power electronics. We will also discuss Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) mandates and explain how DERs factor into them.

Verified students are eligible to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs), valid toward continuing education requirements for many professional certifications.

Starts : 2017-01-25
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edX Free Closed [?] Health and Welfare English DelftX EdX Engineering

This course focuses on conventional technologies for drinking water treatment. Unit processes, involved in the treatment chain, are discussed as well as the physical, chemical and biological processes involved. The emphasis is on the effect of treatment on water quality and the dimensions of the  unit processes in the treatment chain. After the course one should be able to recognise the process units, describe their function, and make basic calculations for a preliminary design of a drinking water treatment plant.

The course consists of 4 modules:

  1. Introduction to drinking water treatment. In this module you learn to describe the important disciplines, schemes and evaluation criteria involved in the design phase.
  2. Water quality. In this module you learn to identify the drinking water quality parameters to be improved and explain what treatment train or scheme is needed.
  3. Groundwater treatment. In this module you learn to calculate the dimensions of the groundwater treatment processes and draw groundwater treatment schemes.
  4. Surface water treatment. In this module you learn to calculate the dimensions of the surface water treatment processes and draw surface water treatment schemes.

This course in combination with the courses "Introduction to Water and Climate" and "Introduction to the Treatment of Urban Sewage" forms the Water XSeries, by DelftX.


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The course materials of this course are Copyright Delft University of Technology and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC-BY-NC-SA) 4.0 International License.

 

Starts : 2013-10-28
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edX Free English EdX Engineering Math MITx Physics

This introductory course has the same rigor as the regular M.I.T. course of the same name, which is one of the first subjects in M.I.T.'s Mechanical Engineering undergraduate curriculum.

In this course, students will learn to analyze and predict the dynamic behavior of objects and systems, their motions and associated forces, and understand mechanical systems of complexity that are representative of engineering practice.  Students will also analyze the kinematics of mechanisms, understand torque and angular momentum in rigid bodies in rotation, and imbalance in rotating systems. Finally students will derive nonlinear equations of motion for a wide variety of mechanical systems, solve them using numerical methods in MATLAB as well as plot and interpret results.

The course combines a unique blend of rigor and realism to produce fundamental skills in an accessible, entertaining format.

Before your course starts, try the new edX Demo where you can explore the fun, interactive learning environment and virtual labs. Learn more.

Starts : 2017-02-28
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edX Free English EdX Engineering UPValenciaX

This is an interactive course about the basic concepts of Systems, Control and their impact in all the human activities. First, the basic concepts of systems, dynamics, structure and control are introduced. Then, looking at many examples in Nature and human made devices, we will realize that the dynamic behavior of most systems can be modified by adding a control system. Later we will see how knowing how to evaluate the dynamic behavior of a system and measure its performance will provide the tools to design new controlled systems fulfilling some requirements.

By considering which are the benefits of control and the challenges for the future we will open the mind to tackle new applications and develop new scenarios from the micro-systems level to the common systems and the whole universe. An overview of the techniques available for a deeper introduction to the subject will be presented at the end.

Control technology is said to be a hidden technology. We do not notice it under normal operation, but it appears if a failure happens. Looking around in Nature and at human made devices, we realize that their behavior presents analogies and that we can manipulate their temporal evolution.

Characterizing the dynamic behavior of systems and the possibility to change it by introducing control devices is the main aim of the course. You will learn to analyze the dynamic properties of a system and the options to change its behavior according to some requirements.You will learn the basic concepts to undertake further studies in control engineering and its use in a variety of disciplines, from human and social sciences to any engineering field. 

Starts : 2014-05-06
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edX Free Closed [?] Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science

EECS149.1x introduces students to the design and analysis of computational systems that are integrated with physical processes.

Starts : 2015-07-13
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering UC BerkeleyX

EE40LX teaches the fundamentals of engineering electronic interfaces between the physical world and digital devices. Students can expect to cover the material of a traditional first circuits course with a project-based approach. We start with essential theory and develop an understanding of the building blocks of electronics as we analyze, design, and build different parts of a robot from scratch around a microcontroller. This course uses the Texas Instruments MSP430G2 LaunchPad, but you are welcome to bring whichever development board or microcontroller you like!

Useful mathematics will be discussed where appropriate, but only a working knowledge of high school algebra is required to follow along for most of the course. The philosophy of the course is to learn by doing, so every lecture features a substantial lab component. Students are invited to work together in small groups to build their own robots along with the instructors. There will also be individual circuit analysis and design exercises to reinforce the theories presented in the course. Those who successfully complete each theory assignment and earn a passing grade will get an Honor Code certificate from BerkeleyX.

Additionally, a kit of electronic components will be available from Newark element14 starting June 12. The kit is not necessary to obtain a certificate for this run of the course, but it will greatly enhance your learning experience. Some mechanical components are required to complete the robot as presented in the course. Also, the lab experience will be most effective if you have access to a digital multimeter.

Creativity is encouraged! Students who are willing to work outside the bounds of the class to develop their own inventions will get the most out of this guided learning experience.

MyDAQ Information
Those who do not have access to an oscilloscope or a digital multimeter might consider purchasing a MyDAQ to enable measurements. The video modules use the MyDAQ and the MyProtoBoard as measurement equipment to debug circuits. National Instruments has made available the MyDAQ for students in this course. If you are interested, take a look at the MyDAQ ordering page: http://www.studica.com/us/en/BerkeleyMOOC.html

Parts Kit Information
The parts included in the construction of the robot can be purchased at Newark's landing page, which can be found here: http://www.element14.com/community/community/learning-center/online-learning/moocs/edxucb-bridging

A detailed bill of materials with more information can be found here: courses.edx.org/asset-v1:BerkeleyX+EE40LX+2T2015+type@asset+block@EE40LX_PartsList_Summer15.pdf

What is the format of the class?
The class consists of eight modules. Every module consists of a combination of theory-based lectures and lab-based discussions where we apply that module’s theory to building a part of a robot. Quiz exercises are sprinkled throughout the videos to reinforce your knowledge and every module ends with a problem set that reinforces the design and analysis aspects of the class.

Is this class taught at UC Berkeley?
This class is part of the laboratory component of "EE40: Introduction to Microelectronic Systems," the first circuit analysis course at UC Berkeley. It was specifically designed for the online course format.

What will the robot do?
The bare-bones robot that we build will be capable of bouncing around, responding to light or touch inputs, and responding to a loud audio signal.

What supplies and equipment will I need to get the most out of this course?
In order to download programs to the MSP430 microcontroller, you will need access to a modern operating system (Apple, Windows, or Linux) with the Energia environment (http://energia.nu/download) installed. Additionally, access to some wire cutters and pliers would be useful. Also, the lab experience will be most effective if you have access to a digital multimeter. An oscilloscope would be useful, but not necessary.

The NI MyDAQ has been made available for students who would like to follow along with the course. The robot project as presented also requires a few wooden craft sticks and two springs which can be found at a local hardware store.

How much does the kit cost?
The parts kit will cost around $50 USD for most parts. You are welcome to purchase a kit with another student and to work together on labs to split costs. We will also demonstrate other parts not in the kit for those interested in extending their projects.

Will I need to know how to program?
Sample programs are provided in each module that will allow you to test your own circuits with an MSP430 LaunchPad controller. These programs will be explained in optional videos for interested students. If you already know how to code, you can tweak these programs to add additional functionality to your project.

Will this course cover microcontroller programming?
No. Sample programs written in Energia, a high-level language, will be provided, but programming will not be explicitly covered. Students interested in learning microcontroller programming should refer to UT Austinx’s Embedded Systems course.

What if I already have a microcontroller?
Since analog electronics are the emphasis of the course, you should feel free to use any microcontroller you feel comfortable with. However, the use of any other microcontrollers would require you to write your own programs.

Is there a required textbook?
No textbook is required for this course. Handouts are provided for the concepts presented in the class; material for some of these handouts is taken from the 2nd edition of the book Circuits by Fawwaz Ulaby and Michel Maharbiz and we recommend the book as way to delve deeper into basic circuit concepts. We also occasionally provide links to web content that we find useful or informative.

Starts : 2017-05-31
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering MITx

In this engineering course, you will learn about diodes, bipolar junction transistors, MOSFETs and semiconductor properties.

This course is part 1 of a series that explain the basis of the electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of materials including semiconductors, metals, organics, and insulators. You will learn how devices are built to take advantage of these properties. This is illustrated with a wide range of devices, placing a strong emphasis on new and emerging technologies.

Part 2 - 3.15.2x: Optical Materials and Devices
Part 3 - 3.15.3x: Magnetic Materials and Devices

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Udemy Free Closed [?] Engineering Artificial Intelligence Math and Science Mathematics Signal processing

Lecture Series by Prof. S.C Dutta Roy, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi

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Udemy Free Closed [?] Computer Sciences Digital system Digital System Design Engineering Math and Science

Lecture Series on Digital Systems Design by Prof.D.Roychoudhury, Department of Computer Science and Engineering,IIT Khar

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Udemy Free Closed [?] Engineering Artificial Intelligence Math and Science Mathematics Signal processing

Lecture Series on Electronics For Analog Signal Processing by Prof.K.Radhakrishna Rao, Department of Electrical Engineer

Starts : 2017-09-01
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering EPFLx

Ce cours est un cours d’introduction à la réalisation des fonctions linéaires et non-linéaires de base à l’aide de l’amplificateur opérationnel.

Les étudiants appliquent la théorie des circuits, la réaction négative et positive aux amplificateurs opérationnels pour réaliser les fonctions électroniques élémentaires (amplification, filtrage, transposition, addition, soustraction, génération des fonctions périodiques, etc.). Les explications sont illustrées par des exercices au laboratoires avec des démonstrations qui peuvent être reproduite par les élèves par simulation.

Starts : 2017-03-01
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering EPFLx

Ce cours est un cours d’introduction à la réalisation des fonctions linéaires à l’aide de transistors.

Les étudiants appliquent la théorie des circuits, Ils apprennent à manipuler les modèles petits et grands signaux du transistor bipolaire  afin de réaliser les fonctions d’amplifications et filtrage. Les explications sont illustrées par des exercices avec des démonstrations de circuits simulés à l’aide d’un simulateur de type Spice qui peuvent être reproduite par les élèves.

Starts : 2016-02-26
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edX Free Engineering English EdX Electronics EPFLx Science

Ce cours définit les notions de base des circuits électriques composés des trois éléments passifs (résistance, inductance et condensateur), linéaires et des sources de tension et de courant.

On traite ces circuits avec les lois élémentaires de l'électricité puis on développe une série de méthodes de combinaisons des éléments et de transformations du circuit qui mènent à leur simplification et permettent une analyse aisée des courants, tensions et puissances présents. Quelques circuits particuliers classiques sont présentés. 

Toutes ces méthodes sont premièrement développées en régime continu puis elles sont généralisées au régime alternatif, faisant intervenir le calcul complexe. L'importance du régime alternatif réside dans le fait qu'il est omniprésent au niveau de la distribution électrique domestique et industrielle.

This course is presented in French.

Starts : 2017-05-01
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edX Free English EdX Electronics Engineering EPFLx Science

This course is presented in French, with English subtitles.

Ce cours traite des systèmes alternatifs triphasés, piliers de l'alimentation électrique industrielle et de certains types de machines électriques. Les charges triphasées associées, symétriques ou dissymétriques, seront étudiées ainsi que les puissances actives, réactives et apparentes qui en découlent. Des méthodes de compensation de la puissance réactive seront développées.

Ce cours traite également des régimes transitoires, induits par les enclenchements, déclenchements ou pannes de circuits sur leur source, qu'elle soit continue ou alternative. L'importance de l'étude des régimes transitoires réside dans le fait qu'ils sont la base du fonctionnement d'appareils que l'on retrouve dans de nombreuses applications modernes comme la distribution d'énergie, les entraînements électriques, la recharge de batteries, les alimentations à découpage ou encore de l'éclairage.